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Montreal, Canada - Airline operators around the world proceed to accelerate the retirement of their older and less efficient planes as the travel for air travel plummeted amid the global health crisis.

Air Canada is now the latest airline to announce plans for retiring their aircraft early. The airline has announced that it would retire 79 aircraft. The planes that are subject to early retirement are as follows:

Embraer 190

The 14 remaining Embraer 190s will leave the Air Canada’s fleet immediately. These planes were previously scheduled to be retired by the end of 2020.

Airbus A319

Air Canada will retire all 35 Airbus A319s from its fleet. This consists of 13 Air Canada mainline A319s and 22 Air Canada Rouge A319s.

Boeing 767-300

The Canadian flag carrier will retire 30 Boeing 767-300s from its fleet. This consists of 5 Air Canada mainline 767s and 25 Air Canada Rouge 767s. The mainline 767s were set to be retired in 2021 but the Air Canada Rouge 767s were supposed to remain in the fleet.


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